Senior Living Blog

As the senior population grows, retirement communities are taking steps to cater to this rapidly changing segment of the population.

Staying physically active is one of the most important aspects of healthy aging, and a team of researchers from Iowa State University is developing a unique way to help

More adults 65 and older are using the Internet than ever before, and a new study suggests those who are connected are also more likely to enjoy the benefits of healthy senior living.

The use of technology has become an important aspect of senior living.

The use of mobile phones has become a staple of senior living. In fact, a 2011 study from Nielsen found that adults between 55 and 64 are the fastest growing segment of smartphone users.

Technology has played an increasingly important role in senior living.

Reddit, a popular social news website, may not be popular among the senior population, but one 99-year-old woman recently took to its question and answer section to field queries from the site's traditionally younger user base.

With wearable medical alerts and in-home monitoring systems becoming more common, technology has played an increasingly large role in healthy aging.

It's no secret that seniors today are more tech-savvy than those of generations past. Numerous studies have shed light on how active they are online, including a recent report from market research firm Forrester that found nearly half of seniors use Facebook.